Boston Fire Department employee sentenced for perjury and obstruction of justiceMarch 17th, 2010 - 4:01 am ICT by BNO News
BOSTON (BNO NEWS) – A Boston Fire Department employee was sentenced to two years of probation and 200 hours of community service for perjuring herself and obstructing the grand jury investigation, prosecutors announced on Tuesday.
Erica Boylan, 31, worked in the Boston Fire Department as a clerk in the Personnel Department. During her time as an employee there she made false statements in a fraud investigation within the Boston Fire Department.
Boylan lied while testifying under oath when asked about delaying accidental disability retirement forms. She pleaded guilty on December 16, 2009.
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